More people are concerned and anxious: the future of our planet is on the line. The recent IPCC-report claims we have only 12 years to avoid irreversible environmental disaster. Despite the warning signs, the political establishment do not seem to grasp the seriousness of the situation. Many workers and youth do understand the need of urgent action. An historic climate ...Read More »
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The general student strike called by the Sindicato de Estudiantes (SE – students union) and Libres y Combativas (free and combative, socialist feminist platform of SE and Izquierda Revolucionaria – sister organisation of the Socialist Party in the Spanish state) has been a powerful success. More than 1.5 million students emptied the classroom with 90% support for the strike in ...Read More »
By André Ferrari , Liberty, Socialism and Revolution (LSR – sister organisation of the Socialist Party in Brazil) The victory of Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil’s second round presidential election by a 10% margin over the Workers’ Party (PT) candidate Fernando Haddad, represents a setback for the Brazilian working class and opens a new chapter in Brazil. It will also embolden ...Read More »
By Colm McCarthy Yemen is undergoing a major humanitarian catastrophe. Already the poorest country on the Arabian Peninsula prior to civil war, it is now experiencing famine. The UN estimates that 18 million of Yemen’s 27 million people are food insecure. 1.8 million children are malnourished and the threat of cholera is widespread. A massive devaluation in the Yemeni currency ...Read More »
By Matt Dobson, Socialist Party Scotland (CWI) Around 8,500 Glasgow working class women made history on 23-24th October, when they took industrial action. As the BBC news commented, it was the “one of the biggest ever strikes in the UK on the issue of equal pay”. In truth, it was more like an uprising in which the power of the ...Read More »
Article written by members of LSR, sister organisation of the Socialist Party in Brazil, on the upcoming Presidential elections there, where there is a real risk of far right candidate Jair Bolsonaro being elected. Following the elections on 7 October, Brazil is in great danger from the point of view of millions of workers, peasants, youth, women, black and indigenous ...Read More »
The Socialist spoke to Lucia, a pro-choice activist from Argentina living in Ireland, about the recent movement there for bodily autonomy that has seen hundreds of thousands take to the streets in recent months. What made you get involved in the movement? “I am an activist in a political organization so for several years I have been in contact with ...Read More »
Maria Clara Ferreira from our sister organisation in Brazil reports from Buenos Aires, Argentina where a mass movement with hundreds of thousands on the streets (partly inspired by the repeal victory in Ireland) has developed for bodily autonomy. The women’s movement in Argentina has a proud history of unity in action to fight to legalizing abortion. It was this struggle which ...Read More »
Article by Yasha Marmer, member of Socialist Solidarity Movement, our sister organisation of the Socialist Party in Israel/Palestine, about the protests against the racist Israeli government’s new “Nationality Law”, which declares “the right to exercise national self-determination in the State of Israel is unique to the Jewish people”. Impressively, despite government backed hostility and incitement, 20,000-30,000 demonstrators marched on Saturday, 11 ...Read More »
By reporters from Xekinima (sister organisation of the Socialist Party in Greece) More than 80 deaths, including children and babies, and more than 150 injured. Dozens of people made homeless and an incalculable destruction of forests and forestry land. This is, so far, the result of the great fires that took place in Attica. The number of victims may rise ...Read More »